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Old August 31 2012, 01:50 AM   #136
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Re: Is the Federation a True Democracy? And How Did It Reach That Poin

^in one of the examples about a constitution being changed above it seemed fairly easy to do. (Australia)

A bill is presented in the house(s) (whatever they are called)
It is voted on by members of the house(s). If it passes it goes to referendum
The electorate votes on it. If it passes the constitution is changed

The process itself seems fairly easy.
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